Monday, January 16, 2012

Goodnight for Justice: Queen of Hearts - Hallmark Movie Channel

MOVIE REVIEW

Goodnight for Justice: Queen of Hearts

Network: Hallmark Movie Channel

Original Air Date: January 26, 2013

*This is the Third Movie in the "Goodnight for Justice" series!






CAST:

Luke Perry ... John Goodnight
Rick Schroder ... Col. Cyril Knox
Katharine Isabelle ... Lucy Truffaut
Serge Houde ... Banker
Kerry James ... Butch cassidy
Adam Greydon Reid ... Fat Cat
Patrick Sabongui ... Man
David Milchard ... Deputy
Billy Wickman ... First Mate
Jerry Wasserman ... Sheriff
Donald Adams ... Proprietor


PLOT:

This is the third sequel to Hallmark Movie Channel's highest-rated film of all-time, Goodnight for Justice. Judge Goodnight crosses paths with a stagecoach under attack and comes to the rescue of its passengers. On board, a Pinkerton detective is found dead, but the beautiful woman in his company survives. Is this woman a prisoner? Or was she being protected by the detective as she claims? The journey will take the pair on a riverboat gambling adventure where Goodnight discovers her true identity.


More Plot details...

Luke Perry stars as John Goodnight in another epic installment to the Goodnight for Justice story. Goodnight rescues a beautiful woman from a stagecoach gunfight. As romance blooms between them, John discovers she isn't as innocent as she seems and is in fact a thief on the run. Ricky Schroder gives a remarkable performance as the vile outlaw who will stop at nothing to get his money back from the beautiful swindler and con-artist Goodnight is protecting.








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2 comments:

  1. Vanity, Vanity - all is Vanity!!

    And there you have it, the third - and hopefully last - of Luke Perry's dire vanity projects.

    While this is simple no-brainer tv fare at its most bland, and follows the tried, tested and well-worn path of its predecessors, it alas, like its predecessors has nothing whatsoever to say, and adds nothing to the genre.
    For that one has to raise one's sights to the admirable late Eastwood additons to the Western Genre.

    This is tolerable, if utterly predictable tv movie fayre.

    Average in direction, and blandly written, none of the cast have the ability to rise above that sorry level.

    Despite the high ratings achieved by the first of the loose trilogy, none will live long in the memory.

    2 out of five.

    This is decidely NOT a 'wonderful movie'.

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  2. I beg to differ with you. While not academy award material, these movies are enjoyable and it is refreshing to watch a movie where you can just watch without worrying about overt sex, brutality and foul language. I hope he DOES make more of them.

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